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Thn RICHMOND CLIMAX vOLUME 29RICHMOND r MADISON COUNTY KENT CKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 7 1903 NUMBER 33 lihe Racket Store IS THE PLACE TO FIND Tys9v ltiFes1 j and the thousand and one useful articles that housekeepers want We have sejected our Xmas stock with great care and are convinced that we can please all our customers both young and old LkoaVtosoS 8t tSDa e8tea are offered at prices that will interest you ttOD s s 30r r 33ocs Crarkerg two packs 5o Ajseridi Salute 10 for 5c IFire a1 to 10 In from 3 to 7c lrirG6 baIls Ic 10 balls 2c 3 balls 4e 25 balls 7 Fire Works Novelties as never before offered here have brought on for your amusement DONT FAIL TO VISIT THE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery slAIN STREET RICHMOND KY L ft Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Comer Main and B Streetsapr3 11Phone 85 I rr c Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers o- fAlniteCOai 1 t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary i J i grate without any attention JI 7 + k + V Autumn Opening Sale o- fFURNITURE 3 Largest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices We offer you genuine rgains in Iron Beds Bed Room Suits Dining Room and tlf Kitchen Furniture e r Wecordiallyinvitestore their headquarters l1lI We Must please Our success depends upon itand the reasonable prices at which everything useful is offer ed will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety Our Picture Department is complete Framing neatly done and the newest mouldings always carried inUW SdOPLINPhone Zh6s n RICHMOND KY UEvanJrnziertaicing Beat ThisJJCO p Robe of ours if yon can failded to this price will not secure its doublbfaledfine PLUSH LAP ROBE TlifslgIn tho city attttjyeanddurability UOupwards T J Moberley For RentPOUr rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurwaa y Cotf such were been rpf4 hIs ilgnatnre U on crcry box of tho enulno Laxative BromOQuininc Tablet t relTtIy that cui D cold In ono day For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments AJ W Webber Berklef XI38 28 George Potter Clinton Ky 1W 45 J W Powell DIxon Ky 223 00 N O Drandon Co Dexter Ky 333 20 JK YonnsHon Glaseow Ky 44 10 Wm Kaepilen Hilton Ky 28 41 fK Phlpps Mt BterllDlX 66 28 Ferdinand 64 09 Robt W Owen LonltTll e H 00 R J Durrett Preston St road Jefferson eoanty Ky t to- Austln Hoctport Ky 136 11 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D 0 7myCt 1tn 70 QVU A COXB XV OZ DAT Take Laxative Bronao Quinine All drngRlstfl refund the money fit fiIs to cure E W Groves aJxaature oa MOlt box S eoti QUEER KENTUCKY CHARACTER Alex Brown Who Lives in a DugOut and Wears Wooden Shoes Which He Makes With a Pocket knife Mr Alexander Brown a well known citizen living near countyistally and his eccentric ac tions during the past four or five years have been a subject for much curious interest neighborsFor about eighteen mouths he maintained a silence which no efforts of friends or family could induce him to break At about that time Browns wife died and still the hus band continued the unbroken silence although he was vis iblydistressed and shed si lent tears over the loss of his wife A month or so after this event however Brown begun to talk to his youngest child whom he began to teach to spell and read At a pro tracted meeting held at Tat ham Springs some time after this the congregation was startled during the service oneevening by Brown who falling on his knees began praying in a loud voice and calling on all good Christians to pray for the salvation of his soul At the close of the meeting he was baptized by the minister in charge of the servicesBrown is possessed of con siderable ingenuity as a me chanic For about two jears he wore a pair of wooden shoes made by himself He also made a pocket knife which hewould use as a razor with which he would shave himself He carved out of wood a number of combs which he gave to his friends At one time he came to the conclusion that he must not hear anything and put cotton in his ears and for a while kept wooden plugs in his ears to keep the cotton from fall ing out He has within the last year made type with which he has printed several songs with notes He uses figures instead of round notes and will sing words or notes when asked and will stop and instruct as a music teacher but will not talk Only oc casionally he speaks to his familyIn early part of the fall he began digging and no one knows what his intentions were until he completed a neat little dugout in which he is making his winter quarters His dugout is about eight by eight feet and high enough to stand straight in It has a dirt roof well through up and drained well He has a neat little chimney cooking ves seland eats in his little house He is always glad for anyone to visit him Mr Brown is a man of about fifty five years of age and was once a man of good business ca pacity A Cold Wave The forecast of sudden changes in the weather serves notice that a hoarse voice and H heavy rmijih may invade tile nrtity of health in your own home Cautious people have a bottle ol One Minute Cough Cure always at hand E H Wise Madison Ua writes I am indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my present good health and probably my life It cures coughs colds Jacrippe bronchitis pneumonia and all throat and lung troubles One Minute Cough Curo cuts the phlegm draws out the inflammation heals and soothes the mucous membranes and strengthensthe lungs Largest Tortoise Ever Re ported A tortoise whose estimated knownoweight is 600 pounds making it the largest one ever report ed has crossed the United States on a limited train en route from the Galapagos Isl ands to the private zoological garden of the Hon Walter Rothschild in London In ciyilzation cabbages are given him in lion of the cacti of his native heath A Troubled Life In a cemetery at Middlebu ry Vt is a stone erected by a widow to her loving husband bearing this inscription Rest in peacebil we moet gainLife Consumption oldfashioned sumption Eat plenty of porkwas the advice to the consumptive 50 andioo years ago Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea thefoodmost Scott sEm ulsionis the modern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refinedof fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this waywhich is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request ItheolEniithion SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y so andji all druggists MALE CORSETS Improve a Mans Figure But They Only Cost 50 a Pair Do you know what this is said the haberdasher He held up a thing like a waistcoat for it laced down the back It is a corset said the haderdasher a male corset and I advise you to take a good long look at it for such things are very rare It is probable that I am the only man east of Chicago who makes mens corsets I dont carry them in stock I only turn them out to order and I never sell a pair for less than 50 They button down the front you see They are stronger than the female sort and plainer These are for an actoran actor who alas is fat but desires to look as though he had a bigfull chest and a slim athletic waist I have only seven corsets cus tomers altogether and five of the seven are fat actors The other two are elderly old fools I have to laugh in their faces every time I fit them Un doubtedly though a corset improves the figure of a fat man It puts his stomach up in his chest UpToDate Journalism A journalilst desirous of learning how lunatics were treated got himself up in a fantastic costume and accosted a gendarme in the street with an angry demand why he did not salute the Emperor Napoleon I when he met him The gendarme promptly arrested the journalist and re moved him to the station when in due course he was transferred to an asylum as a patient suffering from danger ous illusions After learning thoroughly the system of treatment to which lunatics are subjected the journalist desired to leave the asylum and give his paper and the public the benefit of his experience He therefore re quested to be brought before the medical board of examin ers to whom he explained the situation but was horrified when the doctors gravely shook their heads and reported that they considered he was now becomerealydangcr ously mad He was therefore kept under the closest watch and restraint and n arlymdde himself mad with anxiety before he induced one of the nurses to convey to his paper the news of his plight But even then his troubles were not over for the doctors Re fused to accept the explaiia tian offered and have alt j r tified that the mail isa dangerous lunatic A sp l commission has now been i pointed to investigate His case London Daily Chr Cle Settled at Last Nearly ten years ago a lad named Alumbaugh of Wolf count together with a comrade got on a train of the L N road near this city They had no money and the cnductorput themoff They got on again and were dis covered by the conducter when near Ford When he got after them again young ATumbaugh ither was knock ed from the train or became frightened and jumped He struck the side of the cut rolled back and was killed by the cars Suit in our Circuit court was brought for damages in a large amount and a verdict against the company for ten thousand dollars was render ed The case was carried to the Court of Appaals where it lingered for some years and was finally reversed and sent back In the Spring of IDOl it was tried again in the local court and a verdict for ten thousand dollars was again ren dered Again it was carried to the higher court which a few months ago affirmed the de cision of the Circuit Court A petition for rehearing was filed by the railroad but on the last day of the recent termthispetition was refused This terminates legal proceed ings and leaves nothing for the railroad to do but settle The verdict of ten thousand dollars will be increased by damages interest and cost to about 12500 Winchester Democrat Climed A Pole A dispatch from Lexington says Wallace Muir has broken the record for electioneer ing for public office Muir is a candidate for City Attorney and there are several other young men with their eyes on the same place making it a close race He was passing down Chestnut street and ob served a number of men patching up some wires on a telephone pole Thinking while they were waiting it would be a good time to ask them to vote for him he en gaged them in conversation Finally when he told them he was a candidate they said they did not have time to talk politics especially when they were so far apart He said he would come to them and at once began climbing the pole Having been a fireman of considerable experience he found little difficulty in making the top of the pole where the men were perched along on the wires at work They applauded his effort and promised to vote for him How Water Freezes It used to puzzle all think ing people why ponds and rivers do not freeze beyond a certain depth This depends on a most curious fact namely that water is at its heavi est when it reaches 40 degrees Fahrenheitthat is eight degrees above freezing point On a frosty night as each top layer of water falls to 40 de grees it sinks to the bottom therefore the whole pond has to drop to 40 degrees before any of it can freeze At last it is all cooled to this point and then ice be gins to form But ice is a very bad conductor of heat Therefore it shuts off the freezing a1 from the big body of comparatively warm wa ter underneath The thicker it gets the more perfectly does it act as a great coat and that is why even the Ar tic ocean never freezes be yond a few feet in thickness Preachers Embarrassment The Rev J S Shreve who has been on the petit jury for the past six weeks had be come so accustomed to hear ing the Judge say to the witness Steak louder that Thursday while sitting listening to the attorneysand the Judge talking over a reward caseJa case in which no jury was empaneled he forgot and thinking he was on the jury cried outand said Judge please speak a little louder This brought down the house and all smiled Mreld MMHI1ert Active at 106 Years An old black man lives about half a mile from Bon nieville who is a most inter esting character and is known by the name of Jordan His age he states is 106 and he hoes his tobacco rows as well as any middeoged man and his strength is wonderful He is able to pick up a 100 pound screw tobacco prize and carry it several feet be fore resting He never married until he was fortyfive and raised eleven children After his wifes death he waited until he was ninety before starting on his second matrimonial venture and took a young woman of twentytwo years of age for amate but they separated after two years of married life He is working on the farm of Joe Jordan to whom he is related Hart County News Dont Worry A Missouri editor who is about to pull up and leave for lack of support sarcastically remarks in parting that edi tors dont need money Dont worry about the editor he says He has a charter from the State to act as door mat for the community Hell get the paper out somehow and stand up for you when you run for office and lie about your pigeontoed daugh ters tackey wedding and blow about your big footed sons when they get a four dollaraweek job and weep over your shriveled soul when it is released from your grasping body and smile at your giddy wifes second marriage Hell get along The Lord only knows howbut the editor will get there somehow Ex Whats in a Name Everything is 1n the name when it comes io Witch Hazel Salvo E O De Witt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from pliesFortrading piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases Do Witts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits AskJorDeWittsthe genuine 1m Turkey Breaks a Window While George M Doan was unloading a lot of turkeys at Easterdays store Mine large gobbler broke his shackles and flew through one f the large plate glass windows at the First National Bank mak ing a round hole as large as the turkeys bodyand shiver ing the glass in all directious Cashier Giltner was In his private office and the fowl barely missed his head It jarred him greatly and he thoughtwell he had not re covered sufficiently to express a thought the last time we saw him Carrollton News Deserves Great CreditI Mr George Mount of Glendale is a remarkable il lustration of what energy and perseverence can accomplish Mr Mount is a farmer and has absolutely no use of his legs He cannot walk a step and has to go on crutches yet he carries on a farm suc cessfully and is raisincra fam ily and raising them well He does a good days work every day With a little sled drawn by a horse he cuts bushes hoes corn shucks corn in the shock find does hundreds of other things Mr Mount is a fine example to many farmers with two gopd legs Elizabeth town News Immense Turnips Mr T BSawyerjj of the Stowers country is not only entitled to the cake but the entire bakery as a producer of mammoth turnips He brought two into thJfFavorite office the other dJiy which weighed twentyfivfc pounds and a half one tipping the beam at thirteen anfl onehalf pounds and the Other at twelve They are not only immense in size bjji perfect in shape and look fci be as de licious as a like fuble ever gets to hefFranklin FavoriteI=On a round trp ftne Deutschland of the fIam burg fOOOWastaken DONT BUY A BUGGYNor a Depot Wagons nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE kcc earc1a e i3os 1Q SQf t I ITS NO JOKE BUSY EECASN STORE t Will move from the corner to the new Main Street Store op posite the Court House Monday Dec 29 and from now until then we will sell everything in the entire store at prices never before heard of in old Richmond We departmentDepartmentHas IIndJlacedOvercoats and Heavy Clothing Have felt the keen edge of our relentless cold steel and prices on every garment in our Clothing Department hava been SrtXoVttfto Now Is the time to buy yourOvercoat and Winter Clothing We dont intelid to move then theyprices will sell them BOOTS AND SHOESIf ormnneylave the have the cash than to move yoirWagonsAll Dress Goods Will be Slaughtered in this Sale O seeurh Wo are very respectfully WD OLDHAMcoBUSY BEE CASH STORE GEESE WANTED 100 carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeonsJ H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky Two of the most bitter things in life are being jilted by a girl End a dose of quinine i TH- ELexington i Democratv eIs THE ONLYII DAILY t Democratic Paper it A 1 PUBLISHED IN THE Blue Grass Region +44 + Is especially devoted to interest of the CemocraU tIt and ivea all the wit vcr Subscription Frlce 500 a Year 15 Cents a Week by CarrierA LrW P WALTON 1 MQRJEDITOR AND C Lexington 4 Kentucky Mrs Fred Unnxth President Country Club Beaton Harbor Nick After my flntbaby was ham I M ROt eem to regain my strength although the doctor give me a tonic which he eon M red vtry superior but Instead cf gttttag better I grew weaker every day My hue band te that of Cardul for a week and Mt what it would do for IRe Idid take the medicine and was very rateM to Sad my strength and health tIewly retun1 In two weeks was out of bed and La a moaH I was Hie to ute I amy veasi datei I am very eiittm- ualst1laiic Wine ol Caidui reimforcea the organs of for the ordeal of pre nancy and childbirth Itpreventsmls- carriago No woman who uf Cariiui need fear the coming of her child IL Mrs Unrath hd taken Wine of Cardui before her baby came- Me would not have been weakened as she was Her recovery should ooHHwai this srCatremedy to every Cardai regSates the menstrual flow WlMEofCARDUI- 6 1 MY NAME IS i THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys I SKINS For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago Grand Opening Of Fc11 SllJiJrtffinLgs Largest line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever IlaketoSuit Trousers or Overcoat Give us a call before you buy out of the city We belowforeirign Stouffer Mahler TAILORS departmentLoiisie Si Atlantic Railroad DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE BIOHMOND or Shebyville a05 Lm and Cincinnati Si3pon lMamForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From LoalsTllle Lexington and I t154am Cincinnati r filtr panFromO H BROWNING 0en Mgr XJBARichmond Ky Low Rates oa Rock Ishadi Pacific Railway dthe C 0 tG Railway On the first and third Tuesdays of November December January Feb- mary March and April tickets both one way and round trip will be sold to points in Arkansas1 Colorado Kansas Nebraska Now Mexico and Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories at greatly reduced rates These tickets are ROOd in redlnlissj chair car seats freo on solid vest bnled trains 4 If you aregolng Weat South west or Northwest take advantage of these very low rates orrates routes aad time tabtye call on your Bearcat ticket agent or ad dress O D BACON D f A HOWARD JOLLY T P A Xo Ii M Fourth St- U CtiiehultlU 0 +++ CALL AT+ JONES MERSHOFU SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating cle rs thaatae Sarateja Water Kept OB Tsp estsSSSSSSssSs151 Phone 3 Second St Gas ReAicMon About one year ago this company ratesitpresentyeara discount of oper 1000 feo ton lllu afterDeeprice offcas from 200 to 175i givenIto the tsyfor water atil deliU pssthectftion II esupeetfmmli Ald WATa ik iKT CO fIIrli Ike Richmond Climax k CHENAULT President fl MILLER Manager WART S CROWEEditorWED- NESDAY p JAN 7 1903 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNKSUAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON- Of f Clark County FOR COMMON AELTHS ATTORNEY ZION B A GRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE THE Democratic State Ex cutive Committee held a short meeting in Frankfort Mon day afternoon Judge Lewis McQuown attorney for the oramittee in the Meacham injunction case appeared be Jre the Committee and sug jsted that no step be taken il the proposed primary un il this suit is disposed of 1 Ic said that he did not consider it necessary to file an iswer to the Meacham peti- t iin as in his opinion the Volition would be dismisse- dff want of jurisdiction The oramittee adopted thefollow ing resolution before ad j urning Resolved by the Demo cratic State Executive Committee That in view of the fact that a restraining order WitS issued by the County Judge of Franklin county in vacation in the suit now pend ing ill the Franklin Circuit t Vnirt wherein C W Meacham ii plaintiff and the Democratic Executive Committee and others are defendants where 1y the defendants were re mined from proceeding to- htd si primary election for 1ie purpose of nominating ndidates for State offices nod in the view of the fact that the said restraining order is still in force it is the sense cf this Committee that no s eps be taken looking to the holding of such primary and t hat no further order or action be had in reference thereto until after such time as the marts shall have finally deter mined the questions involved ii said suit- WITHIN a few months the IostotHce Department will have ready for delivery a new issue of stamped envelopes radically different in form from the present envelopes Four styles are to be made to sell for one two four and Jive cents At present the t tamp on the stamped envel tI a is elliptical in shape It is intended to make one of then W stumps rectangular ant i her will be round still ant tier will be elliptical and the othor will probably be square The full details have not yet been settled It is determin ed however to have each of the new envelopes distinct in appearance from the others so that there will be no con fusion among the different styles and shapes Washing ton Post CiFiBrowerCo LEXINGTON KY We will place on sale the coming week the remainder of our stock of frames and sheet pictures Made Frames and Artists Materials and have marked them be low factory cost and in some instances but half the cost of the artic- leFramed and Sheet Pictures Our entire line of Copley Piits etchings water co ors engravings dainty 1Vench creations Made up Frames Assortment of goldmetal f effect in wood Lames in all the popular nishes Artists Material- all of our paints brushes crayons et- c1EBrowerCo1 6 f tilW AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON fYilasitr TODAY two of the four Republican Judges of the Ken tucky Court of Appeals retire in accordance with law and public opinion to private life and the new court will be composed of five Democrats and two Republicans And in the new Congress beg ning March 4th instead of having one Sen ator and three Representa tives the Kentucky contingent of the g o p will have but a solitary member Mr Boreing of the Eleventh Dis trict Verily things has changed since 9596 Louis ville Times INDIANA is at a loss to de termine which was the great er man Morton or Hendricks As they are toimmortalize the greatest Hoosierin the hall of fame why not select Wm S Taylor He seems to be the greatest man in Indiana according to DurbinLexing ton Democrat THE Cincinnati Business Mens Club has planned a trade campaign through Ken tucky during the month of January The Giub will travel in a special train and will visit all the large towns of Northern and Central Ken tucky JUDGE A 11 BURNAM who on the opening of the January term of the Court of Appeals Monday started in his seventh year on the bench took the position of Chief Justieewhich- place he will hold during the next two yearsS- ENATORi FORAKER has in troduced a bill providing for the appropriate marking of the graves of Confederate soldiers who died in Federal prisons and hospitals and who were buried near the places of their confinement MATRIMONIALPitxw W Prewitt and Miss Mary Denny of Cot tonburg were united in marriage here last Friday KIXDHKEDATKIXSON Mr L D Kindred and Mrs Nannie Atkinson will be united in marriage tomorrow at the home of the bride at Combs this county BuoTHEirTONMoORE Mr T S Crothertou and Miss Fannie Moore both of this county were married by Rev Jeff Tribble at his residence near town on Wednesday December 31 MCFEttRANMCCERItONThe New Orleans Picayune of December 31 con tamed an account of the marriage of Mr William 11 McFerran and Miss Edith McCerrouof thatcily Mr Ferran is a brother of Mrs Elizabeth Crowe of this city and is a frequent visitor here Mr and Mrs Isaac Pearson of Dan yule have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Amelia to Mr Hugh Phillip Cooper of Lebanon Miss Pearson is well known here where she has frequently visited and where her brother Mr Jack Pearson was one of tho most popular boys who ever at tended Central University- CoLI1NsLAcrEYOn last Friday night at twelve oclock MrThomas B Collins and Miss Bessie Lackey were united in marriage at the residence of Rev Hugh McLolIan leaving on tile early morning train for Cincinnati This marriage is the culmination of a courtship extending over a period of several months The groom is a prosperous business man of this city while his bride who is extremely handsome is the third daughter of Jailor James C Lackey Mr and Mrs Collins have the hearty congratulations of numerous friends who wish them all happiness MoBKntVNoi AXD On last Tues day evening Mr n 0 Moberley and Miss Mary Noland both of Moberly Stafion were married at the Palace Hotel ip Lexington The Democrat hiss the following notice The pretty marriage ceremony of MrROMoberly and Miss Mary Noland both of Mober ly Madison county was performed in the parlors of the Palace Hotel yesterday at five oclock by Rev Mark Collis The groom is a prosperous farmermer chant while the bride is one of the most beautiful and accomplished young women of MadiSon county The happy couple arrived here yesterday afternoon accompanied by a brother of the groom Mr C S Mober ly and Miss Maggie liroaddus They immediately went to tho lintel after securing the license expecting to meet a minister there who was to have ar rived n few hours beforo over the C 0 railroad but he failed to materialize and the couple waited so long that eon siderable hustling had to be done in order to get a minister to marry them so they could catch the half past five oclock fr home As soon as the cere mony was over they drove to the depot and barely reached it in time to get the train as it was pulling out AMBSLKRD YKES The many friends of the contracting parties were some what surprised on last Saturday when they learned of the marriage the night before of Miss Minnie Dykes of this city to Mr William Ambsler of Cincinnati the ceremony having been said by Rev Hugh McLellan Miss Dykes is the handsome and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs J D Dykes and has won quite an enviable reputation in the musical worldbeing equally efficient as a Vocalist and pianist Sho is extremely popular and numbers her friends by the score Mr Ambsler has made many friends here during his several visits He is a talented violin 1st and a composer of some noto He is quite prominent In music circles of his native city The happy couple lefton the early train Saturday morning for Cincinnati where they will re side The CLIMAX joins in with hosts of others in wishing Mr and Mrs Ambaler unbounded happiness and abundant success in this lire And we especially congratulate Mr Ambsler over baring won such a level for his bride A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and nil irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles- in cbildren If not sold by drug gist will be sent by mall on seceipt of 81 One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned DrE W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K BEAD THIS Riphmond Ky Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Dlscov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when Ibegan using it today I weigh lid pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully reoinmend it to the public Respectfully 7jati ly Join A RIDDEL When the chimney is choked with soot the fire languishes and goes out When the bronchial tubes are flogged with phlegm the flame of life flickers Intelligent treatment tcilh Allens Lung Balsam brings up the phlegm allays inflammation stops the Cough and pain in the chest and in a word over comes those terrible colds which if neglected soon become consumption Important- At a meeting of the Directors of the Kentucky Oil and Refining Co at Seelbachs Hotel in Louisville on Saturday December 3 it was ordered that tho President of the Company proceed without delay to the sinking of wells on their property located in Cumber land and Monroe counties It was further ordered that tho Treasurer give bond in the sum of 10000 for the faith ful performance of his duties which he did at oice giving as surety the Baltimore Guarantee Trust Co It w further ordered that the President increase the price of the Companys stork from ten cents to twenty cents per share to take effect at his direction within twenty days The meeting was of great interest as Mr James A Wariner one of tho Di rectors of the Company who lives in that locality and who purchased the leases for this Company spoke in snch glowing terms of this property and its possibilities Among other thing he told was this story About two months ago the Standard Oil Company purchased from an East Tennessee Co twentyfive thousand acres of leases In the transfer of tha leases the Ton nessee Company failed to embrace a fifty acre tract Mr Warinner detected this at once and he and the Hon M C Alford of Lexington Ky bought this land and began boring for oil Their well came in last Friday and it was a royal gusher of the green oil He was offered 100000 by Chicago people for this propertywhile in Louisville and refused the oiler Mr W says that this well is very close to this Companys property also very near the pipe lino now under construction He further says that the territory controll ed by this Company is the best in that region and the excellence over these lands is great and hundreds of people with unlimited capital are coming in there every day The coal oil fields of Pennsylvania arc exhausted and the oil refineries are looking to Kentucky to supply the demand So if Kentucky people will only wake up they can at least reap some of the harvest that now lies at their feet A number of people have purchased liberally of stock in this Company and I am glad to con ratt late them upon the prospects for a bountiful return on their investment 7jentf The story is told of the owner ot sev end railroads who was unable to buy relief from the nervetwisting agony of neuralgia It is an unlikely tale The PerryDavisonce as it has helped so man thou yearsTheteKIRKS VILLE Miss Sallie Secrest is on the sick list this week Mr Henderson Wheelei is on duty again at Silver Creek Mr James Henry bought a good saddle and harness horse for 100 Moving is the most lively of any of our industries now There has been a constant stream of movers for some days Messrs R S Brown and W W Teviii exchanged store houses this week Mr Brown will occupy the Mr Coy house and Mr Tevis will have the store in the Masonic building The band Itoys will give their colored minstrel on the night of January 20 under the leadership of Prof D B- Riggs the new instructor Miss Lena Palmer cloned her school at the Walker school house Christmas eve when the children of the school were given a Christmas tree which was much enjoyed by all This closes the fourth year that she has taught at that place and she reports one pupil who has never been absent during that time This speaks well for Miss Pal mer as a teacher Mr Marion Land of Edinburg Ind theholidaysEdinburg for two years and gave a glowing account of the Hoosier State Prof Secrest has opened his school again after giving the children a vaca openswithterm Mr D Jones one of our most ener MissMarthaLancasterduringperforming ceremony after which thohappygrooms sister Mr and Mrs Jones returned to Kirksville Sunday night havethewishes of scores of friends STATIC OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO LUCAS CoUNYS8 thnthethoc1tysaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that HaWsCatarrh CHENEYSworn Decemberf s A W GLEASON I seat Notary PuWlc Halls Catarrh Cure in taken inter nally and acts directly elm the blood systemSend 0RolHal Family Pilla arqthe best At The Grand Opera House J Rose Mayo in Under Two Flags will be the attraction at the opera house on Wednesday night January 7 Of the performance of this company in Grand RapidsMlcb the Democrat of that city said Cigarette of courSe is the prominent character in Under Two Flags and as presented by Rosa Mayo it Iocertainlyfacinatinp and must be interesting to those who have road the book MissMayo makes a dashing charming vivamiier and shows genuine talent and ability in portraying the various emotions attributed to the brave truo loyal and jealous daughter of the regiment for Rent Residence on Lancaster Avenue six rooms with bath room Good stable and garden Apply to dec3 tf George D Simmons New Through Car Lines from Memphis to the Pa dUe Coast The Rock Island System Choctaw Oklahoma Gulf railroad have estab lished through personally conducted tourist sleeping car lines to California and Portland Oregon The California car leaves Memphis every Tuesday at 9OC a m Little Rock 115 p m South McAlester I T 1060 pm same day Oklahoma City 240 a m Wednesday El Reno 340 a m arriving El Paso Texas Thursday morning Los Angeles Fri day morning and San Francisco Satur day morning The Portland Oregon car leaves Memphis every Thursday on the same schedule arriving Denver 730 Satur day morning Ogden Sunday morning and Portland Monday morning Stouffer Mahler are turning out more suits overcoats and trousers to measure than all the others Stops tho Cough and Works off tho cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Patronize home industry by buying the Big Hill Coal Cos coal Letcher Witt agents Also best Jellica and Kentucky coals Phone 142 declO2m Dr Hobson dentist next door to Government building tf RicbmondJKy Diamond Brooches Lockets and ornaments ot all kinds and at all prices are a feature of our stock U L E Lane St Louis Getting Nearer The Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern has again reduced the running Urns of its trains between Cincinnati and St Louis and are now making the run from Cincinnati to the Worlds Fair city in eight and one half hours This company now boasts of having one of the finest roadbeds in tho West and within the past three years has spent millions of dollars in improv ments Three trains leave Cincinnati daily 900am 900pm and 255am carrying elegant day coaches with high back seats luxurious pullman draw ing room sleepers observation parlor cars and companys own dining cars Meals are served in dining cars on la carte plan at popular prices The Baltimore and Ohio Southwest era trains connect in Union Station St Louis with all trains for Kansas City Omaha Denver San Francisco and all points in the West Southwest and NorthwestInformation regarding rates sleep lug and parlor car reservation will be cheerfully given by addressing O P McOAKTY General Passenger Agent tf Cincinnati Ohio Dissolution Notice The firm of Duncan d Parrish has by mutualconsent been dissolved Mr Parrish retiring All persons indebt ed to the above firm are requested to call and settle 4t Duncan Parrish Notice to Stockholders The annual election of Directors of the State Dank b Tiuit Co will be held at the bank during business hours on Tuesday Jan uary 13 1903 BETOBLEV Cashier Walters CollegiateInstitute Second Session Begins Jan 5 1903 Proper provisions will be made for pupils who can enter most advantageously at this time For terms etc see Jas T Barrett Principal GRAND rERA H U B To = nightThe Dramatic Success of the Century Under Two Flags distinguishedEmotional ROSE MAYO In her great impersonation of Ouidas dashing Vivandi- erCIGARETTE The play that ran 200 nights in New York A Military Spectacle magnificently produced Large talented company Complete accessories Prices f25 SO and Z5 cent Seati6n srleAt E G Wines Coal and Feed We Jiav added Hay Corn and Feed Stuff to our Coal business on Aspen Avenue and are prepared to furnish tbe citizens of Richmond and goudainprices We handle both the Jellico and Kentucky Coals Prompt service full weight Give us a call Beattyville Coal Co MgrTelephone Bring in your oU suit and trousers and have them cleaned anti pressed by the new process STOUFFER d MAULER Tailors Dmmh iQners ale OF Blue Grass Farm T M Lackey etc Plffs againstSusie etc Dft EquityByand Order of Sale of the Mad ison Circuit Court rendered at the December Term there of 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Wednesday Jan 2103 Between the hours of 10 and 11 oclock a m on the countyKy highestbiddered property viz A Tract Of Land countyKyacres on the waters of Walnut pileleadingLick Ky being the home farm of A K Lackey de ceased and adjoining W C Fish W O Ogg W O AngewDevorlo Said land is divided by said pike into two portions that on the north side of the pike contains 111 acres and dwell ing house thereon That portion on the south side of the pike contains 106 14100 acres with the man sion house The land will first be offer ed separately in the two tracts named and as a whole and will be sold in the manner producing the most money TERMSSale will be made on a credit of G and 12 months equally The purchaser will be required to execute good security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect ofa Judgment bearing legal interest from day ef sale with a Lien retained upon said property moneyisS E SCOTT M C M C C placeILackey deceased will sell a cooking stove heating stove 2 safes 20 yards of rag car pet 2 mattings 30 yards each 1 mulch cow sow and 6 pigs and various other articles- T M LACKEY Admr 7 jan3t OLD JOE WHISKY Hand mado Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal You wantthe best FutnishedStrlctivt Family Trade- lOvearold in jugs 100 per gallon 10 bottles iII5 V JPJSM28JI 5u bottles 31 U 2 jugs 210 Tl Orders promptly filled PropoldMcBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky Low Rates and Quick Time to the West and Southweste Via Chicago Rock Island Pacific R Rand the C 0 GRR kJf i i w- On t the first and third Tuesdays of December January February March and April tickets both one way and round trip will be sold to points in Arkansas Colorado Kansas Nebraska Texas and New Mexico Indian and Oklahoma Territories at greatly re ducedrates These tickets are good in reclining chair car seats free on solid vestibule trains If you are going West Southwest or Northwest take advantage of these ow rates Fur rates routes and time tables call on your nearest ticket agent or address- G B BACONflX P A HOWARD JOLLY T P A 3S East Fourth St- Cincinnati O Meat dishes 10 cents cacji one hall gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound TKX CENT STORE Next door to Government Bldg TOUR OF ALL MBXlVIA B 0 SW Tuesday January 27 Under special escort Pullman Vestibuled Trains Drawing room Compartments Parlor Library Music room Dining Car and the famousOpen top Observation Car Chillilitli Leisurely itinerary with long stops including Three Circle Tours in the Tropics and the Ruined Cities in the South ot Mexico Tickets Include all Expenses Everywhere O P McCARTY General Passenger Agent Per Year It 4 r IJT a i Published Weekly OBE rt m j LUCILE PETTICOATS e This season we fell perfectly safe in declaring that never before have we heforeever graced our racks besides embracing a greater number of genuine as r thAprettinessby from 15 to 35 per cent than those quoted by other houses for exaotlv thf same goods LDETf DUR WN EYES BE THE JODGE I sr r OWBNMGKEE J Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY LADIES UNION SUITSMade of puler yarn spendid weight fleece tape drawn neck and tied in Ll lt front 25 cents each Oneita glovefitting Union Suits 49 cents Childrens Misses and Boys Union Suits 25 and 49 cents Infants Vests and Wrappers 18 25 and 49 cents Childrens Casimere Hose in pink blue white and cardinal 25 cents Call in and see our extensive line of staple and fancy goods OWEN McKEE GRAEf OVERCOAT SALE LOUIS XGUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY Owing to the continued warm weather we are badly OVERSTOCKED IN Thousands of Overcoats for men and boys at cost and Regardless ofCost Come Early and Get Bargains LOIUS GUS SARA LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY Most Beautiful uJ Line of Fall and Winter Goods ever displayed in Richmond I1 lloW be found at my store The Best f and most up to date markets in the United ht withR ntheDry Goods House in Central Ky can out class our vast YhueThe mitery Department is ia every particular firstclassj and stylesbycall before going elsewhere j LEE SMITHA Ivaleh Kentucky Carriage II POPR iBrosSECOND PHONE 163 AGENTS FO- RBoquet flour he Richmond Climax DFDAY JAN 7 1903 ad msl mud fills every street Mud cud mud since we had our last heel id GsJ mud morning noon and night Slit jiu front and back muj to theft and right Write it 1M3 RwD3 for rent apply Mrs Same War seplOtf Mt sterling has recently suffered r 1 Biij you girl a shower stick tf LELane sajasta former Premier of Spain d a I at Madrid LT streets have been lively fore p wfek with collectors u Kentucky Midland Medical ety will meet in Shelbyville to rrjw Let us make that old suit look like w by new process STOITFFER MAHLER Tailors Mr and Mrs Calvin Taylor have I to house keeping in their pretty w Iouso on Broadway D Shackelford Co agents for xrs Air tight stoves rL Overton Chenault of Lex t 3 has recently had the misfortune seonaof his finest brood mares Mr Simeon Turpin one of Madi isrst prosperous farmers is ill of er at his home on Muddy Creek ce our handsome line ot samples rr e goods before you buy your Is t or overcoat Prices right TOUEFEU MAHLER Tailors Tc MC KeMog Co Whole e ijocere are installed in thel new d nnnodious quarters on Irvine e HI the large warehouse formerly ipol by Higgins Luxon Kanawha Salt at L R lantons oct J3m I various schools of the city rr r pened on Monday after having a dosed for almost two weeks for re lays fir rg in your jewelry taste We Ji atisfy it If L E Lane T lay is the anniversary of thE- e jl718of General Israel Put in a Revolutionary officer of Millard lErrin 1800 the 13th President ot- a reo rd States of Albert Bierstadt- l A the GermanAmerican land t ip raniter of T HeWitt Talmage American divine author and Ct rpf tCp your money at nome wnen rulint a snit made to order Fit r8nled FSTOrFFER MAHLER Tailors F 15 000 hard brick for sale at f8 per ottsand by D C Wipginj Bro In lire at New Opera House or grocery Irvine street oct29tf L R Blanton is sole ent for Wilton Jellico coal It 13mo 6 for the adof the I b t Work HIGGINS FRE- SIIGroceries exibitionThursday prIcebearstf L E Line Under Two Flacs will be the at insBeCol Robert Doty will occupy the FortEstillThursdayFridayHouse Piices will be 10 20and eta tolldvertisement StockhMr John Masters of Valley View has moved into the Claude Smith prop erty on Second street which hfl pur chased a short while back Callup Letcher Witt for Red Ash Jellico Ahiite antI Kentucky coals feed etc Phone 142 declO 2ri The deah sentence of Joe Hocker the wife murderer at Stanford has been commuted to life imprisonment andmuch indignation is being felt by the citizens of that town Mr James S Crutcher who has Infirmaryforfewer is able to be out although ho is still weak and is not yet back M his post of duty twontyfourCo Coals airtight stoves A company has been fcraieil at prospectjugdent Floyd Byrd Vice President and Theodore Blakely Treasurer and Sec retary Postmastei C 0 Wallace has been notified b7 the Treasury Department at Washington that work on the Fed eral Court room on the third floor of the Government building will be be gun February 1st Special Saturday Matinee for chil dren price 10 cents to all Each child attending the matinee will receive a bag of candy Bring all of your children and let them see what this won derful man can do On last Tuesday the auction of the livery equipment of Duncan and Parrish took place Good prices wore realized Mr Duncan was the purchas er of part of the stock and will continue business at the same place on Itviuo street Military Bounty Land Warrants and Soldiers Additional Homestead Claims If have one send par ticulars ton K Kelley Baird build ing Kansas City Mo and see what he will givo you for It 1 mo R K KELLKY Fridayat oclock MrRayraond will give anotherr free exhibition A com mittee of three men will take Mr Ray mond to the jail and lock him up in a cell and ho will get out without the assistance any one At tho New Opera House At Cynthiana Mr Ray Hickman and Miss May Lovell were returning from a dance where their buggy was struck by a train The young man and his horse were instantly killed while Miss Lovell who jumped was slightly injured The great Raymond magician will play a return engagement commencing Thursday January 8 9 10 An entire change of program also change in prices 10 20 and 30 cents And instead of playing at the Grand will play at the C Wiggins Bros New Opera House The Kentucky Tobacco Growers Association has recently had a meeting in Lexington and appointed a com mitteo to draft articles of incorporation for approval at the next meeting in Louisville January 29th This mime ciation proposes to fight the Tobacco Trusts Gift Time is coming and you can make your friends happy at little cost to your self if you choose your remem brances from our stock wo cant give a list of the things we have and wouldnt if we could because wo want you to call and see If L E Lane re E Peatherage Co F Here Is The Place what you need for your j- ftJChristmas dinner We have the J freshest and best goods that can be J tJsecured and our line was never till more complete than now t- J Oranges Lemons fy t Candies Apples t- J Bananas Figs Pates and hundreds Jof other things to numerous tomenAIl ion Wft arcanxioust ingredients for A OUT 2tc Cake Our stock is freshand cheap Order your supply for Christmas early s J that we can that careful atten- C Jtion which we demand for our cus If tomers 1 E Deatherage Co ir Dont fall to goto the Grand to night to sue Under Two Flags A small snow fell Monday night unsigiitIyAll Elks are invited to attend the LodgeNoevening January Oth engagedThe rhursdayJanuary the weekas giving a children Mati nee Saturday Priceto all 10 cents FortEstilldence of the late Major and Mrs Jonathan TIJ still deceased was publicly rented last TuesdaybyJudge Grant E Lilly for the yearlOOS for time sum of 134350 Mr it H Brouaugb of Crab Orchard is in thjs clly looking after the estate of Mrs Mary E Uronaugh The Col Reuben Monday farm which was soldsome time since at Public Sale is to be resold privately this week by Mr Brouaugh For particulars call on Attorney R H Crooke Found On Friday a store key Owner can have same by calling at this office and paying charges tf harm Sold Mrs M C Clienanlt has purchased the home farm on the Irvine pike from Mr J A Sullivan price paid 5000 Solid Silver Ware Solidsilver knives and forks solid silver souvenir and Xmas spoons in endless variety tf L E Lane Removed Miss Ratio V Schmidt has removed her milliinery establisment to the rear of Robinsons Jewelery store where she will be pjeascd to see her customers Gone South Mr C T Wells left last Friday with a car load oi horses anti mules winch he will dispose of in Southern markets Mr Weils hoped to pet good price and realize handsome profits rot Rent TwoIcity suitable foranv kind of business lately remodeled Call on or address dec 24tf John G Taylor Son Found On Second street between Irvine Stand Moberly Avenue a small brown fur collar with several small tabs on front Owner can have same bv ap plying at this office and paying for this notice Lost A black and white setter dog A liberal reward will be paid for the return or any information leading to recovery Charles Terrill dec 31tf RichmondtKy Of Course An editor who runs ft notes and query column received the following What ails my hens Every morn ing I find two or three of them lying ou their backs toes curled up never to rise again The editor replied as follows Yonr hens are dead fast Office Robbed On Christmas night the post office at Estill Station this county was broken into and a considerable amount 01 stamps stolen Time same night the de pot was robbed of some merchandise The thief ban not been found although the authorities are still after him Lost The borrowers of my quarto volume The Egyptian Book of the Dead and of two octavo volumes Urberways History of Philosophy will confer a favor by returning them to me at 1223 Fourth street L G Barbour It Louisville Ky A Gcod Day Monday was one of the greatest days the CUMAX Ijns over had although the court day crowd was not as large as usual Some exceptionally good combination offers were made for that day only and the result was that many new names were added to our list ToHeet In Faro The Republican executive commit tee of the Third Kentucky Railroad District which met in a called session in Lexington Saturday decied to hold the next Railroad Convention in Paris the time being May 6th The object of this meeting will be to nominate a candidate for railroad commissioner Lost On Friday Dec 26 one mans sad die new made by Harbison Galhright Louisville Ni 413 on the Union Uiiy pike near Vm Jells Liberal reward for same if returned to J C WEST tf Doylesville Ky Located Hue Dr H G Saudlin ot Lancaster has removedwithimis family to this city to reside and has opened Lip his office hi the roomst over Taylor brothers hardwarestoro on Main street We are glad to welcome Dr Sandlin to our midst and trust lie will receive a liberal chare of patronage Y M C A Notes J A StuckyM D of Lexington will address mens meeting at the Court House next Sunday afternoon under the auspices of the Sociatloni The newly elected County Commit tee will meet this afternoon at 4 oclock fr election ot officers There is good promise for time years work For Sale I have placed In my hands for Sale a store house and dwellingattached located in Ealill county on the Rich jnoncl anti Irvine turn pike 2 miles West of Irvine Also 25 acres of good bottom land in a good cultivated State Will sell privately as a whole or separate to suit purchaser Everett Witt Smo Richmond Ky Court Day Although Monday was wet and muddy one of the meanest days of the winter there was a good crowd in town and much business transacted The banks were crowded with busy men from the opening hOur until late In the day anti cpnsidering the day business in all lines was gOod A number of eood horses were offered on the streets and brought falf prices nearly all being purchased by Lexin ton buyers Nor ris Brae reported about 400 cattle at their yards The market was active and allwere Sold at prices from 3 to 43 The Madfeoa County Stock Yards rc- pprtedabOutO0 cattle on the market thesaD prpe8 prevailing The mule market ww jood Cat Farm havingtheA E Gibbons Is time owner He is a offelinesure there is in it more than the financial gain He now has over a hundred on hand among which are some im ported onesthat are extremely fine Wants Headquarte Here Major 0 F Ruffner chief engineer of navigation surveys with headquar ters in Cincinnati was here last week trying to make arrangements to have his temporary headquarters here in the Government building while the work of putting In the locks and dams on the river at Ford and near College Hill is in progress An assistant will be appointed to take charge of this work and will hays his office in the Government building New firm Mr Hugh R Tevis has sold a half in Glyndonhas been employed for some time at- M M Dickersons shop on Main street Mr Cornelison is a most excellent young man a native of ida county but for some years has resided in Bloom veryluckyof Mr Cornelison and we hope the new firm will meet with much success For Sale Privately The undersigned wish to sell priva tely their entire stock of Groceries Queensware Tinware Stove Fixtures c Call on us at 221 W Main street Richmond Kv We take this opportunity to thank our fiiends for their patronage in the past and hope for a continuance of the same until a purchaser found as we will keep up the stock until that time All orders will be carefully and promptly filled tf Dec 31 1902 HIGOIXS ELLIS Mineral Exhibit Prof CJ Norwood State Inspector of Mines has appointed Hon C L earcy on the Mineral Exhibit Com mittee of the Kentucky Exhibit As sociation The selection of Mr Searcy tor this work is an excellent one as there is probably no man in the coun iy who is more familiar with mineral resources of Madison and more inter ested in the development of the State tie has recently retired from mercan tile business and expects to devote his whole timoito his varied mining inter ests A New Hotel Mr Robert G Engle who for some time past has run agrocery store has leased the old Garnett Hcuse on Sec ond street and will open up a first class hotel He is having it thoroughly re paired andrenovated all over and hopes to be ready for business by the 1st of February This was in former days one Of the most popular hostelries in tl e State It is centrally located and doesnt lack for room We trust Mr Engle will be successful in his new enterprise and that he will receive a liberal patronage from the traveling public hider Two Flap Rose Mayo who has won renown by her splendid acting of Cigarette the vivandier heroine of Under Two Flags dramatized from Ouidas popular novel will appear at the Grand Opera House tonight In this role in which she has appeared as a star in many of the principal cities Miss Mayos powerful suit sympathetic per formance of Cigarette has been receiv ed with great praise everywhere She is supported by an able company and her production of Under Two Flairs which has a record of two hundred nights run In New York is complete in every detail Time txtended The Versailles Council held a called meeting and extended until May 1903 the time in which the Bluegrass Consolidated Traction Company must commence the work of construction of the proposed electric railroad from that city to Lexington and Frankfort Under its original franchise the company was required to commence work not later than today or forfeit its rights In addition to the regular guarantee of faithful compliance with the provision of the franchise the city required that a cashjbond of 500 be put up that is to bj forfeited to the city if the track inside of Versailles is not completed by the first of next July ReElected Mr Clarence E Woods who has just returned from the National Convention of the Sigma Nu Fraternity in Indianapolis was reelected for the fifth time to the office of Grand Recorder and editor of the Delta His election was without opposition and by one of the largest conventions ever held This speaks Very loudly of the high esteem hi which Mr Woods is held and he holds time honor of being time oldest editor in service in tho Greek Letter realm We congratulate Mr Woods but more Leartily do we con gratulate the Fraternity for they could have made no wiser choice for Mr Woods is the man for the place House Party At their beautiful country home near Nealton Misses Mabell and Hettie Young entertained most delightfully last Friday at a sevencourse dinner in honor of their house party composed of Miss Dora Nell of Richmond Lil- lIan and Della Powell Bessie Young Martha and Helen Baker ol Nicholas yule and Miss Muth of Louisville Messrs Will Bybee of Richmond George Sudduth and Will Hifner of Lexington Merriett and Burgess Woods of Versalllesl and John and Fountain Baker The house was a dream of lovliness in evergreens and potted plants and when the time for departure came it was tho unanimous opinion of tho guests that their friends were indeed dieal hostesess Jessa mine Journal AtXUnlght On last Wednesday night just as the oldyear breathed it last the various bells and whistles broke forth in happy exul tation over the birth of a new one Services were conducted at the M E Church as is their custom for time pur pose of watching the Old Year omit and the Now in A few of our citizens who had forgotten perhaps of its betutftho last nighitof 1902 and who much preferred sleep to sitting up with the dying year were aroused by the continued blowing of the whistles got up lo see if something was on fire thinking the sounds were danger signals However when the thought came to then that it was a few moment after midnight and another year had been hers they crept slowly back lUte bed to await the risingof the simi at which time they would give the New Year a limes cordial welcome New CUef Justice u the organization of the new Court of Appeals in Frankfort Monday Judge AR Burnam formerly of this city was made Chief Justice This is quite a distinction since it seldoms happens that a judge serving his first term becomes Chile Justice Conlltcemnt Appointed Col I B Nail State Commissioner Agriculture and Chairman of the Committee on Agricultural and Horti cultural Exhibits of time Kentucky Ex hibit Association this week announces his subcommittees for every county in Kentucky Col Nail spent three weeks in perfecting this organization anr1 beyond a doubt it is one of the best in the country for the work to be done In every Instance citizens who are knoRn to be interested either in agriculture or horticulture wore appointed The committee for this county is as followsJ Bales Chairman Richmond Jesse Cobb Richmond MFArbuckle Silver Creek C C Chrlsman Wallace ton The brut Raymond On last Friday afternoon the Great Raymond gave one of the finest exhibitions of mental science ever seen in this city He proposed to find a stickpin which a committee of citizens should hide They got into a carriage and drove over the city in various directions stopping at different places finally hiding the pin in a book in B L Middeltons window On returning to the Opera House Raymond blindfolded took the drivers seat and with the same committee in the car riage he drove the exact route they had stopped where they did and went with out hesitation to the window and produced the hidden pin His entertain ments at time Grand were fine His magic is wonderful and he has been termed A fit successor to the gifted Herman BIRTHS News comes from faraway Oregon of the birth of a thin daughter to Rev James M Cornelison and wife Mr Cornelison is a native of Richmond baring been educated at old Central University and finished with the class ofOC hut for several years has been Missionary to the Umtella Indians His friends here will be glad to learn of this happy addition to his family The little lady has been christened Evelyn DEATHS ADAMS Miss Fannie Adams died on Sunday morning of consumption at the howe of her parents Mr and Mrs Jas A Adams near Berea Deceased was 28 years of age and was beloved by all who knew her Her burial took place in the iamily burying ground on MondayEsTILLMrs Sallie Ann Sullenger Estill died last week at Ann Arbor Michigan She was the widow of John H Estill who lived here 50 years ago She was SI years old at the time of he death which occurred at the home of her daughter Mrs William Farris Her remains were interred at Ann Arbor She was a sister of Mrs Edna Bowman of this city and has numerous other relatives here WINES On last Thursday morning lust as the bells were ringing in the birth of a holsome New Year God called unto Himself one of his precious jewels and little Anna May Wines aged six years was relieved cf her suffering Although her illness had extended over a period of a week or she bore it patiently like a bravo little soul that she was Anna May was a beautiful child really looking more like a large doll than a human Nor was this all for she had unusual intellect and charm of manners that would well befit one of maturer years In her death the whole community mourns with the fond parents whose hearts have been rent in wain and who have the very deepest and most heartfelt sympathy The funeral services were conducted at the residence on Water street last Friday at 2 p m after which the body of little Anna May was taken to the cemetery where it rests under a bed of flowers to await the com ing of her Lord and Master PERSONAL Mrs J Stone Walker is visiting in Louisville gMr Robert Saufley was in Lexlng ington last week Mm Ambrose Wagers of Cincinnati was here last week SI Miss Janie Myers Is in Lexington the guest of relatives Mr Al Brent of Lexington was a visitor here last week Mr John Marrs was in Lancaster several days last week Mrs 0 T Wells is visiting fIends and relatives in Louisville Mrs S N Moberley is entertaining Miss McKee of Versailles Judge A Rollins Burnam of Frank fort was in time city last week Miss Eva Lammers is the guest of Miss Mary Hundley in Stanford Mr Stewart Jones of Fayette coun ty WAS here two days last week Mr Robert E Biggersiaff spent sev eral days last week in Mt Sterling- G B Swango of Terre Haute Ind was here last week on legal business Mr and Mrs D M Clienanlt have returned from a visit to Mt Sterling Mr R W Miller and family will return this week from Huntsville Ala Mr Waller Traynor of Danville was a guest of relatives here over Sunday Colonel N D Mites of Nicholasville was here last week on legal business Misses Estelle and Kathleen Poynlz were in Lexington last Wednesday Mm Mary Smith and daughter Miss Kate are at home from a visit to Dan yille DrL J Frazee of Lexington was mingling among old friends here last Ollle Layton of Cincinnati has been visiting his sister Mrs Joseph Boggs Mr J M Rlffe and wife have gone to San Antonio Texas to spend the Harry Scrivener will return today from a visit to her parents in Estill county Mite Emily Chenault has bad as her guesli time changing MiwTevis Carpen tcrofStanford Mr T Chenault Willis and little daughter of Stanford are the guest ol relatives hero Mr D G Edwards ot Colleje Hill left fonday for Louisville where he will tinter school MB E 0 Vance IIM rterRed home from a visit of MTMA wwitlwto reta tive ia Franklin 11r John M Baxter and family left last week for Illinois whOre they will reside in the future Mrs Beatty Mlddleton hasvbeen vial ting her parents Mr and Mrs D N Sharp in Shelbyville Mrs Thomas Ramsey formerly of this place but now of Danville visited friends here last week Mrs James Bogs attended the burial of her uncle Mr Coleman Gui ley at Lancaster last weet Mrs ZT Rice spent Christmas with her parents Mr and Mrs Lender Davidson in Garrard county Dr Goldstein will be at the Hotel Glyndon Thursday and Friday Jan nary 8 and 9 Two days only The Misses Turpin entertained a num berof their frieuds at their home on East Main Street Friday evening Mr J L Isaacs has returned to his home near Waco alter spending sever al months at Fort Springs W Va Misses Mand and Lucy Bailey of liar rodsburg are visiting their aunt Mrs David BiggerstafTon Second street Mr Byrd Guynn of HuntingtonW Va is the guest of Miss Anne Ben nett at her home on West Main street Mrs James Wmn of Winchester was the guest last week of her mother Mrs Lizzie Milleron Lacastr Avenue Mrs S P Deatherage Mrs Chas Higgins and Miss Bessie Turley have returned from a shortrisit to Lexing tonMr John W West of Georgetown arrived yesterday and will make his home with his niece Mrs P F Ad ams Jr Mr and Mrs W D Oldham and children are at home after speeding the holidays with relatives In Mt Sterling Mr WC Griggs and family of Ans worth Iowa arrived last Friday and will visit among their friends and rel ative1 nntil Spring The many friends of Mr George W PIckels Jr will regret to learn of his serious illness at the home of his par ents on Third street Miss Van Greenleaf hasbten visiting Miss Llzette Dickson in Paris She was guest o honor at a most beautiful New Years reception- Dr Moss Gibson has returned from Claiborne county Tennessee where he has been visiting his parents and en joying a much needed rest Mr J Jennings Greenleaf has decided to located in St Joseph Missouri to practice law We wish him much success in his Western home Miss Mary Lizzie Devereaux of Winchester has accepted the positiiion of pionist at the Grand Opera House and arrived Saturday to begin her duties Mr William Langford will leave this week for Hot Springs Arkansas whore he will be treated for rheumatism His many friends hope for his speedy recoveryRev Mrs W HDodge returned Thursday night from Lewisburg W Virginia where they attended time marriage of their son Mr John Dodsre to Miss Retta Daniels Mr and Mrs Harrison Simrall have returned to Lexington and will shortly go to house keeping in Woodland Park Mrs Simrall was formerly Miss Kit Chenault of this city Rev H G Turner will go to Win chester the 20th of this month to del livered an address the occasion being the opening of the 2nd term of Ken tucky Weslyan College Messrs O E Woods T Hood Little and T H Pickets are at home from Indianapolis where they have been attending the National Convention of the Sigma Nu Fraternity Mr and Mrs C Woodberry Howard en route to their home at Whatoome Washingtonfrom their bridal trip East stopped oft here for a short visit to Mr and Mrs RP McCord Mr Dan H Daugherty who was con nected for a number ot years with the Water Light Co of this citybut late ly has made Florida his home was here on a visit to friends last week Mrs Bettie McDowell of Cynthiana passed through Richmond Tuesday night en route to Spartansbnrg S C to see her son Mr Breck McDoewll who is very ill with pneumonia Mr John W Dodge and bride of Jacksonville Florida who have been the guests of Dr and Mrs W H Dodge will leave tomorrow for Memphis Tenn where they will visit Mr and Mrs R A Shields Messrs Philip Gentry and Weber Hamilton who have been in California for the past year or more returned to their home near Union last week They say California is alright but Kentucky is better Mr R L Gentry letnrned Thursday night from a weeks trmy in Cincinnati where ho has been arrangit g new ter ritory etc preparatory lo staying another year on the road for the F H Lawson Co of that city Mr and Mrs n W Turner entertained the Married Peoples Euchre Club on last Tuesday evening The prizes were won by Mrs Clarence II Vnught Miss Mollie Fife Dr V H Hobson and Mr G W Evans Jr Rev Oolenian O Groves who Is well known here having graduated at Central University has been compelled on account of his health to give up his charge as pastor of the Presbyterian church at Pisgab and spend the winter in Flordia Mr Green Grinstead of Wichita Kansas who has been yiaiting his brothers and tister in this State spent Monday with his nephew Mr Gilbert Grintead This is the first visit Mr Grinstead has made to his relatives for thirtyfour years Mr Leslie P Evans was host at a most elegant six oclock dinner on last Wednesday evening Thoee who enjoyed the delightful repast were Messrs J Stone Walker J A Sulli van A B Farris R E Turley G W Evans Jr S P Deatheragu and Dr G W Evans Mr Shelby Tribble who tJLll cllaims Richmond as his home but who has for some time past been line efiicent toremau of time Central Record at Lan caster has resigned hie position there and will locate in Lexington Time good wishes of all his friends hero lollow hlai to his sew homiv The following persons attended the hop ia Lancaster oa 14 Thursday night Messrs Herman F asa Leslie Rice George Goodloe Joe Evans Jeptha Chenault and Allen Zaring Misses Bessie Turley Mabel Lotion Jane Goodloe Sallie and Magarst White Margaret Miller nd Emily ChenaultLatimiglittthe Sfootcremplelthes- ocIety yoanK ladieS ef the eity under jlettIReUI 41Jghthil dee be baliti H TRYOU- RFELT BOOTSTheyre good and warm and youll like the quality and price Also Extra Values I- nRubber Boots OvershoeS Warm UiidleFwegiFySoGk jJl Dves9 Overcoats Everything thats good for wintry weather wear One Price to Everybodyev- ery time no asking up in order to falyou get the Ilowest price without any lljewingtt COYINGTONS BANKS OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS ELDERS BARGAIN STORE Nearly Ten Thousand Dollars Worth Of CLOTHINGTO 200 pairs Mens Pants 75c to 3 25 300 Boys Suits 75c to 6 JOO Boys Knee Pants JO to 50c e Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months lilly decorated for the occasion and Saxtons orchestra from music Society was out In full force and time occasion was ore which will linger In the of all present Should Uncle Jo Hcpper and his wife of Pel ry v ill e be to seethe 13th day of January they will have been married 50 years The brethren of the edltoral Uncle Jo so well they will be glad to late him and wish him many more years of before his days are closed on earth No doubt hundreds in the State thank God for having been led to accept the religion of Jefsas Christ his Interior Journal One of the events ot the holiday week was the dance on last evening at time on the Tlila was enjoyed by the of society and was under the tho able of J Stone Wal keg Jr and Sam Parks Burnam Music was by Owen Walkers orclicsUa and all seemed to have a royal time and will the oc casion as one of the of their early social life A number of grown people were in and watched The young America with keen in terest Miss Mabel Letton who came down from afternoon by Mr Leslie Rice of the same city to attend the hop returned home On time evening of her arrival here Miss Mabel was given a at time home of Mrs Williams In the Eiwt End by a visitation from a Jolly crowd of slxten young people former school wates and Time was a pretty one indeed And tin young gust of lion or In a manner to render time evening one of unusual and 500 and pricesIf SEE OUR STOCK OF mil QUILTS BLUETS Etc Dont Fail To Visit 9L1y Department J And See All The And Nobby Styles ELDERto DayILexington furnished memories permitted craftknow congratu usefulness through instrumentality Wednesday Gymnasium Campus jnnloreet management furnished remember pleasantest attendance Richmond Thursday accompanied Christmas Saturday morning surprise heraisler associates compllseat attractive responded enjoyment Mens Boys Overcoats cheap New This signature pleasure Falmouth Petidletonlan The following notice of the recent marriage of Mr John W Dodge to Miss Henrietta Daniels is taken from The Jacksonville FIR I Metropolis and will be of interest to the many friends of the family hero and else where Wednesday eveningat 9 oclock in the First Presbyterian church at Lewlsburg W Va Miss Henrietta Merrill Daniel was married toMr John Witherspoon Dodge of this city From an eyewitness it is learned that the church was beautifully decorated for time occasion with palms ferns merf can bei ny and bride roses and a num her of prominent people from other cities were present The ceremony was performed by Rev Dr Eugene Daniel the father of the bride Bud Rev Dr W H Dodge the father of the groom The brides gown was white crepe de chine over taffeta with garniture of point lace The tulle veil was caught op with orange blossoms from the Florida home of the groom Her tmlr ornament was adlaaond pin the gift of the groom and the bridal bouquet was of bride roses and maiden hair fern The maid of honor was Miss Roberta Daniel a Biater ol the bride and the other bridesmaids were Miss Susie Dee McPbeters of Ralegh N C and Miss Elizabeth Sh Tds of Memphis Tenn a cousin of the bride The young ladies wore dainty costumes of pink organdie and carried shower bouquets of bridesmaid roses The best man was Eugene Danel Dodge of tills ctyLnnd the groomsmen were Kent Snyder and James Preston ol Lewisburg W Va Witherspoon Daniel of Raleigh NC Among the outoftown guests wore Rev and Mrs WH Dodge of Richmond Prof and Mrs Withers and Miss hells Hearott of Raleigh N C John W Dodge is one of tho brightest and most successful young lawyars in tho State Ibis sircerelylked and respected by of for his manly and sterK inff qualities and hiamAny friends wish Cares Crip 1fa Two Days on every box 25c the young people every happiness in the new life they have begun together Mrs Dodge is already known to a number of Jacksonville people and in her old home In Raleigh N C was a very popular girl After an extendedvisIt to Lexington Ky Richmond Ky Memphis Chattanooga and Atlanta Mr and Mrs Dodge will reach tho city about the 15th of this month and will beat Mrs Richard on Adams smut Laura stre- etsCOAL TIMEis here Wo can fill your house with the best Jelico and Kentucky Coals t++++ +++t Red Ash t lManchester Cannel Coal All orders prompt ly delivered Letcher Wilt Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L Nl Depo Richmond KYll JII K I Ir l t J U ROFESSIONAL OAR OS ATTORNEYS ItW CAtTORRyALAw rtlCUUONP KBHTCart 0 we n the Bnrnim Building next door to a uua National Bank feb3ly ScrJLtVA JA ATTOBNKYATLAK 1IIUIMOND KENTUCKY Ofr e over State Rank Trust Co op pobte Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAIr RlCHMOtfD KENTUCKY Ollice on Second street ocr ults grocery e W R LETCHER AttornyatLaWA RICHMOND KENTUCKY I VOfiieo over Taylor Bros StoreI JACKSON ROBERTS ATTOUVBYS ADlUIOHMOND KENTUCKY Ie in John Bennetts old law office over Pi t Thomas drug sto- icTICIS DllS GIBSON GIBSON PllYSIGIAKS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oftce in tht Dr HoSwi ImiWing Mln3ir et B C JASPJZR M D Medicine and Surgery nihce StouUei Building Main street tt hone at resifleMe the Carr place on Urendway KOSD KKXTUCKY V EVANS V IL PHYSICIAN AWl SOKGMOS IMND KttntJC u E 1 Vance D 0 iilr E OVance D O O teopathic Physicians State Haul Trust U g li mture furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE eli flaates Southern School of Ostheopatby 331TTAL StJSCSRY Dr OatVttti tt cotsotDf- lNTIST op LOBISVILLB KY Office nut door to Government Building it015a1d Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to n 171y I Harry M Blanton = DENTIST iOtfiee Bennett Building po ijy lBLEaSmmt96 r s DR LANpHAN jJ j Hotol Glyndon teuey= 5 i Taken Up Tiken up as astray a Binnir brown Bit king mare mule was taken np on Titujday Oct 7 Ownei can have same by properly proving ownership anti plinK charges J H Allman tf Chief of Police TTENT1ON Ve have moved onr produce business from the East Eud of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street whore we wilt be glad to welcome our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for PoultryHides and other Produc Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 2jau1v RICHMOND KY MORE LIVES ARE SAVED- BY USINO Dr8 Kings Now Discovery n FOIwn GonsurnptSon Coughs find God Than Ty Other Throe And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Cold Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisy LaGrippo Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price SOc Sl Trial Bottle Freo TO THOSE twishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence o Weareeasedtoatethatit places in Madieon county Simmons Rchmond Bearer A Hamilton Waco loC S Powell Red House W Masters Valley View V Whitlock Baldwin John Stapp Newby Barton Itobcrts Buthton J W Tester Edenton J W Prewitt Ooltonburg UA Wearren Paint Lick- WallacetonO McVharter JTCOT Uckner 8 Early III- Q In our Stock of Jewelry Silvar ware tote will be found a num twr of articles especially np proprinie frr this reason Those who have adopted the custom of Kenning llielr wishes hoforo ChrHuins and their gifts during th- eHolidays can now purchase to advan tage There JSZt very laige a ortinrnt of dainty and cx quisite things in Sterling Silver Quadruple Plate and also rnaAv Ietal Novelties T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armors old stand 30l ly rOWtnter f I9QZ4 FLp WitottotDjjoos C j 3ttGD l 4 tJiCtprl Lawn India itl persian Law 1fre i1iLViI Orgam ies Naiuso6olty Fancy Weaves fJ lOffiFudS J Madras Shirt 0ro j flci JS1 Colored Cotton Dress Goods s 0 Flue Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons w ws CI Celebrated Shirts Wnit AND GIDSOn RICHMOND KY Dr R Goldstein Physician and Practical Optician of Louisville Will be at Hotel Glyndon++ ++ ++ + + Thursday and Friday January Band 9 1903 haveJlipromptly attended to will insure perfect defKy9amLo4p WE GO WESTVIA i Memphis Kansas City or Chicago Through Service of the Very Best lo t ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA THE FAMED PAN HANDLE COUNTRY J COLORADO NEW MEXICO ARIZONA OLD MEXICO COASTSIHemeseeker IIc BACON Oenl AgL HOWARD JOLLY T P A I 38 East Flint SI Cincinnati 0 38 East Fo rih SLf ChKhBatl U L GEO H LEE fiK TALUUetllckArk N Bryan Well Dunn J P Dunn editor of the Indianapolis Sentinel was a caniidate for Congress and with the rest of the ticket went down in overwhelming to the fact that Idereatowing Republicans were Democratic otes cast The Republican papers have sent their iron shafts in a humorous vien after Mr Dunn before and since the election until their de portment would have overturned the patience of a Job Through it all Mr Dunn has been as serene as a May day Since his defeat Mr Dunn evolved the following keen cut editorial which entitles him to an exalted place among the humorous writers of the day The man who can disport himself so hapily in the face of defeat is truly greattoo great to be a congressman Under the head of Mr Bryans Example it says It is highly gratifying to The Sentinel that it is able to give its unqualified indorse ment to a sentiment express ed in the current number of the Commoner the democratic party does not need leaders so much as it does voters This is It whole some truth Right here in Indiana we would like to swap 1000 firstclass leaders war rented sound in wind and limb for 50000 scrub voters that would not sell out without adequate compensation The exchange would not only benefit the party but also be a gain to the nation But we cannot giveeqaul indorsement to another sentiment of the Commoner which is expressed iii these words If any Democratic speaker feels discouraged because he does not make many converts let him remember that Noah preached righteousness for a hundred years and did not inake any converts at all but at the end of that time a flood came and drowned those who refused to turn from their evil ways This thought may be corn forting to Mr Bryan but it brings no ray of cheer to us What earthly good did it do Noah In the first place he organized a ship trust and went back on Democratic principles himself Then he had to start a little world of his own and he got sot dis couraged over the prospect that he got drunk and lost his clothes And then because he was exposed by the Bam Trust he got mad and cursed Canaan into a coon thereby originating the Republican party and bringinguntold disaster to all futurity Candor compels us to say that Noah did not make much improvement on existing con ditions no matter how bad they may have been Heshut off competition but that gave adrecedent for the tariff system He got posession of the earth and thereby made imperialistone in the ark and so set the example for discrimination by transportation lines Through mt his- tined whole career liejmain the policy of govern ment by injunction And when he had finished his career the best thing he had in sight was a rainbow The simple truth is that Noah was an out and out Republican even to cursing the colored voter when he did not need him Noah may afford ins pi i a lIon to Mr Bryan but not to ARE 1 YOU A- OOMINGJ 77 MOTHER ARE YOU- EXKOTANT IfOTHERSFlirIEIID makes childbirth easy by preparing thj ShorteningLiborterrors atd the danger lessened to both coufinenientisfully developed strong and ht thy arsbgfrom enlargepreparingnut that they receive early attentioa andfacilitatesa1edshortlyaftertreatmcnt and likely to culminate in Mammary from whilih so many suffer excruciating pain and are isijttiredSoftness to thu bruajiua comfort TrytofINC MMMXlt MNMMWft M TUWTA SJ r Ii4 A Beautiful Present dertfghtstheone rIll gives it as much the one who receives iU Any article selected from our large and varied stock of handsome Christmas and Wedding Presents cannot fail to delight both river and recipient YEAGER has on display abeaUtU Inl collection of presents In theway of WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE and many other things to delight the eye F J YEGER SECOND STREET sition thataman thatpreached us It is a reasonable suppo for a hundred years and never landed a convert was a mighty poor preacher or was preach ing a poor quality of doctrine Carrie Natibn has a better record than that The chances are that Methuselah and the rest of the boys recognized Noah as a Repuhlican and declined to have anything to do with him whereupon he recognizing the Democratic aversion to water sprang the deluge on them It may have been fun for Noah butitmust be admitted that it got every thing feastiy wet And be sides it shut down all the factories and caused an industrial depression No more Noahs for jus if you please What we want is a wellregulated Moses with a large supply of manna and quailon toast preferred American Farmer Tetter SaltKlieam and Eczema The intcnsoitching and smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad ascs have been permanently cured by it It la equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cds Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifnge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition PriM 25 ents per package ADaily Thought The activity and soundness fa mans action will be de termined by the activity and soundness of his thoughts H W Beecher It can not be denied that some men are grateful A short time ago a conductor on a Michigan Central pas senger train found a pocket book containing 1600 in curS rency and 800 in negotiable paper After some trouble he traced the owner who was so delighted that he immedi iately gave the conductor a twofor cigar of the best brand It is pleasant to note such instances of virtue re warded Silas Joinsonofthe Cor nishville neighborhood fixed a trap in which to catch a coon and in testing it to see how it worked got a finger caught which held him prisoner for several hours and until re leased by a neighbor He didnt mind the finger hurt but is distressed at the lost opportunity to catch a var mint Harrodsburg Demo crat UNITED STATES SENATOR W A Clark gave each of his employes a Christmas turkey He employs about 8000 men in his various mines and smelters in Montana and Arizona and has a ranch in Nebraska for the purpose of raising turkeys It took two car loads of the birds to go around A certain young man who detected a piece of bark in his sausage went to the butchers shop to know what bad become of the rest of the dog The butcher is report ed to have been so affected thithe could only give him a part of the tale Murray Ledger Oliver Wideman and wife Negroes were hanged by a mob near Troy SC for the murder of W K Jay a prominent farmer The average yield of wheat in the United States is fifteen EnglandStrafed About one week OtIf black sow With bse or two wLlte spots OB body weight about 0 QuadS Liberal e wHtd wWi b pa4 fec retunJi of same to iutid W dow t1 I ttHd llt l Frank Mitchell a negro born in slavery 108 years ago is still living at Akron 0 and JIas a vivid recollection of events that occurred in the first part of the last century He has smokn4 cliewed tobacco for dver one hundred v years Colorado buildings at the undoubtlybe tare and wIll remain asamoriunient to the enterprise a4 well as the resources qf the Centennial State One hundred and eleven ladies have obtained their medical degree at the final state examination for women doctors which have just been held for the first time in Russia pillWhyDeWitfs Early Risers Are little eurprieers Take one they do the rest writesIhavemy family for roiiKtipntinii sick linnd indebtcdrorA woman never thinks you love her unless you get mad when she wont show you a letter while she acts like it was from somebody else when it really is from her grand father New York Press At BEnton John Heath while loading a shotgun acci dentally discharged it shoot ing his two sons one being injured fatally Miss Verdi Rich Miss Hattie Rose and Walter Rich were drowned atGainesboroTenn while trying tocross the Cum berland river in a canoe The postoffiice reports showsa profit +romiyerypost office in the United States with the exception of one office in AJaska and two in Porto Rico If you were scared easily you might suppose that the pain in the lower part of your back meant kidney trouble lint being a person of cense you know it is only muscular stiffness from cold Perryinvieaccordingly PerryDavis The attorney of the man arrested at Miami Fla for impersonating Gov Beckham states that his client is the son of a leading Georgia attorney Two or three messages daily are being sent to Europe over Marconis wireless telegraph instruments with increasing facility Rev D C RankiiijOf Nash ville editor of missionary publications for the Southern Presbyterian church died of pneumonia while recovering from the cholera at Seoul Korea The number t f passengers carried by boats on the Great Lakes is from a quater to a third of a million each season The faoultyof Columbia University hits added a course in automobile mechanics to the curriculumf I offer for sale my residence on Higb street Lot is 90 x220 ft with new stable and all necessary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitch en all in cood repair and will be sold at a bargain U1rs Elizabeth Crow Strayed wStolea From my place about three weeks ago a pale red dehorned cow about seven years old weight about 1100 pounds Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to undersigned tf Ben Ilord- Riclmmond5 Ky KadolDyspepsia Digests what you eat thedlgestantsfood Itgives instant relief and never allthemanythousandscured after every thing else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child ItFlrstdoserelleves GMPAS all stMHadi irettMesPrepared by E aBKWITT Co Chicago The 11 bottle contains times sJae For sale by Perrt Thomas TOUR OF A- LLMexico VIABOSW- Tuesday r January 27 Under Special escort Pnltinan Veslibuled Trains UrawlnRroom Compartments Parlor Library Music room Dining Car anti the JOpenChiliilitli Leisurely itinerary with IOlgrstops includine Three Tours in the Tropjia and tlic1 Ruined Cities jtn the South ot Mexico 7 Tickets Include all Expenwis Everywhere oP McCRTY- IsIi1 PMEgQr ADt nHJ L A nervous irritable mothert often on the of hysterics is unfit to care for children rums ft childs disposition and reacts upon herself Tho trouble between children and their mothers too often is duo to the fact that the mother has some femalo weakness and she is entirely unfit to bear the strain upon her nerves that governing a child involves it is impossible for her to do anything calmly She cannot help it as her condition is due to suffering and shattered nerves caused by some derangement of the uterine system with backache headache and all kinds of pain and she is on the verge of nervous prostration When a mother finds that she cannot be calm and quiet with her children she maybe sure that her condition needs attention and she can not do better than to take Lydia E Pinldiams Vegetable Compound This medicine will build up her system strengthen her nerves and enable her to calmly handle a disobedient child without a scene The children will soon realize the difference and seeing their mother quiet will themselves become quiet Mrs May Brown of Chicago III says DBAS Mns PINKHAM Honor to whom honor is due1 and you deserve both the thanks and honor of the mothers of America whom you have so hletscdlv and benefited I have used Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com I pound when I would feel rundown nervous and irritable or have any of the aches and pains which but few women escape and I have found that it relieved mo at once and gave me new strength Several ladies members of our Lit erary Union speak in the highest praise of your Vegetable Compound as they have been cured from serious female troubles One lady who thought she must submit to an opera tion was cured without using anything in rY Cleworld but Lydia EPinkhaiuS Vege table Compound and Sanative Wash You have hosts of friends in Chicago and if you came to visit our city we would deli ht to do you honor Gratefully yours Mas MAY DROWN 57 Grant Place Chicago 111 How Mrs Pinkham Helped Mrs McKinny DUD MRs PIXKIIAM I feel it my duty to write and let you know the good you and your Vegetable Compound are doing I had been sick ever since my first baby was born and at the birth of my second my doctor as well as myself thought I should never live through it After that menstruation never came regular and when it came I suffered terribly I also had womb and ovarian trouble A friend of my husbands advised him to get LydIa E Piukhams Vegetable Compound for me At first I had no faith in it but now nothing could induce me to be without it Menstruation has become regular and I feel like a new woman Your medicine is a Godsend to suffer ing women I hope this letter will lead o hers to try Lydia E PlnkhanS Vcgetablo Compound Yours truly MRs MUVDBED McKisuY 28 Pearl St San Francisco Cal March 16 1001 FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO TVOMEN If there is anything in your case about which you would like special advice write freely to Mrs Pinkhanu Address is Lynn Mass Her advico is free and her advice is always helpful f i FORFEIT If we cannot forthwith the original letters ted signature ot H 5000 above tMtimooUls which will prove their absolute pnrolneneM Lydia Krinklmm Medicine Co Lynn Mass Low Rates and Quick Time to the West and Southwest tix ti Via Chicago Rock Island Pacific R Rand the C 0 GRR t LJ t On the first and third Tuesdays of December January February March and April tickets both one way and round trip will be sold to points trii Arkansas Colorado Kansas Nebraska Texas and New Mexico Indian and Oklahoma Territories at greatly rei duccd rates These tickets are good in reclining chair car seats free on solid vestibule trains If you Ire going West Southwest or Northwest take advantage of these low rates Fur rates routes and time tables call on your nearest ticket agent or address G n BACONfD P A HOWARD JOLLY T P A 38 East Fourth St- Cincinnati 0 STANDARD Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machine ETAltDAiD GLAND LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE SewingMactulimeg stitch Two machines in one Rnn a silent as the licking of liphterandf lahnrOurautomatic drophPlld tvnll front wood work and alllJsrinitRil the prandeBt inaclitno ever ofTo red to the nubile For a cheaper machine the New Century swell rout wood work warranted i 20 years can not be equalled for the motley We nleo mnnnfact lire npGallonb cniivirfd ARBUCKLE SIMMONS DEALERS Eickmond Ky1 fkf Standard Sewing Machine Company V V- MlW7tlrt Ci cima tli 0 aid J 0 iY If J1J ti LnrJ Tired AfQrollKiJ Your Old- Kentucky Home We are not going to tell yon there sno better place on earth You are more able to judge that We do want to tell you if for any reason you intend leaving Kentucky you cant find a better place to make your home than in the west or Southwest Low Round Trip Home seekers or One Way Settlers Rates Offered by the Lbuisville Henderson Und St Louis R R The Worlds Fair Line To the st ari Sottoe Tick onsaleflrst and third uptO1903 ASK US FOR RATES LJ Irwin G P A Geo L Garrett T P A Louisville Ky Tna limax 1 a YcaT Standard American Annual and ENCYCLOPEDIA- A Statistical Volume of Facts and Figures Containing Over 600 Pages IDm WOOTOFK t Review of ltuiOJ TJ p1S United tlt io ga j t rl JiM I 10Io00FACTS1Pastpald In 4DIsturbances p 5 ci1 IBf fCondensed sUla lon 91 a4 J offIce THEWOWD PsMip Tr t 20 S PERCENT OFON STOVES Ii yourStovebought early in carload lots therefore We can save you the advance in prices and the freight t at 0I WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR fireat Majestic Range Also the Fischer Leaf iii Cooks Ranges and descrptjofore te can give you a better article for less money than we one in this or any other to- wnHARDWA any OUR LINE OF Farming Implements Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Disc Plowtit only perfect Disc Plow made Its RunsRightIs The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that will pay you to investigate Tin Roofing Guttering and Repairing done promptly by experienced workmen Arbuckle Simmons 20PER CENT OFF ON STOVES 2 A Beautiful Home C Is a Woman Delight And our business is to supply the Furniture We can show you a beautiful correct mill cityIricesmmnilormlyOdd Pieces piningrpomForniture5n wax IronBeilsTables Can and examine our haiidsome lineofT Matti gs Carpets u t and Rtigs We are pleased to show them at all ti- thesW3Oldham Gor I 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND uIy3i1yKENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE SALE Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Bumd Sh gars Co whose business house in Lancaster was recently destroyed by fire I will offer these goods at FIFTY PER CENT Less than the original wholesale Price These Goods arecct damaged in the least and these bargains are without a paralW in this city EVERYTHINGIn the way of Dry Goods Boots Shoes everytl1IsCome at once and see for yourself the bargains that art being offered and get first pick from this immense stock K Goods THE LOUISVILLE STORE A DO ROWSKY Prop First St Opposite CourtHouse Ga- teRiohrnond KY I After The Rush of the Holiday Trade alJtlAIIdJeWeT1Dlauionds tllj iot Cut otrWemotto will always be Reliable Goods Fair Dealing And Bottom p ViorBogaertM NUF otU JEWiLERfAND IMPORTER 5 f E MAIN ST LEXINGTON K ow JIot u o4 rafrbtu r Er1cel i